Bull Terrier is a Japanese company that has sponsored a who’s who of BJJ players including: Rodolfo Vieira, Claudio Calasans, Rafael Mendes, Guilherme Mendes, Rubens Cobrinha Charles, Roberto Satoshi Souza, and Bruno Frazatto.
Bull Terrier are known for having a TON of different styles of gis and also for being one of the flashiest gi brands on the market (which suits me just FINE!!!). A Bull Terrier gi can easily be identified by its incredibly flashy patches, but others are very very simple in design and content.
A Bull Terrier Gi isn’t cheap, but is generally regarded as being worth the price. Bull Terrier was one of the first companies to use contrast stitching, large patches, interior gi lining, limited editions, etc. ALL ON THE SAME GI!Purchase your very own Bull Terrier Ultimate Light Gi at AmazonContinue reading
The Atama Mundial 9 is Atama’s most recent offering since the Mundial #7 (successor to the Mundial #5). The most noticeable change from the mundial 7 to the Atama Mundial 9 is the change in looks.
The Mundial 9 is the exact same material as the Mundial 7 and the same cut. The most noticeable difference is the change in embroidery.
Just like the Mundial 7, the 9 has no seam in the back, and the jacket is made from one piece of material.Want to get your hands on the Atama Mundial 9? Get it from Amazon!
Let’s be honest.
If you’re like me, your wife and kids love you, but they have no idea what to get you related to BJJ. You’ll end up with some wrong-size spats or something.
Which is totally fine.
No, it is.
I weigh 230lbs. and wanted the new Scramble spats in a size small.
They fit perfect.Get the man of your life their favorite BJJ gis at MMA Warehouse
Ever look at a company’s products and wonder how they stack up against each other? Ever wonder if a gi company’s product line has variances in quality? I know I have.
I recently received not one but three gis from War Tribe Gear for the purpose of review. The products I received are: the Black Widow gi, the Precision Gi and the Flow Gi. All three gis are made of War Tribe’s honeycomb weave, which is probably the softest I’ve ever seen. I am apprehensive of the durability of the gis but other reviews I’ve read make it clear that these gis age well.Find your favorite War Tribe gis at MMA Warehouse
by Lauren Shreffler
You’ve probably noticed Moskova creeping onto the scene in the past 6 months (or more). They sponsor a TON of awesome BJJ athletes including:
The Zero G range was originally a lightweight alternative to Tatami Fightwear’s popular Estilo gis. It was marketed as more of a lightweight competition BJJ gi than the Estilo, but with the advent of the Sub Zero gi (350gsm, 8oz pants) from Tatami, the Zero G (475gsm jacket, 10oz pants) now seems a bit closer to the Estilo (550gsm jacket, 12oz pants).Have you ever considered getting the Tatami Zero G V3 gi? Shop now at MMA Warehouse!
People are always posting on message boards about what type of gi is best for them and those of us who’ve been on them forever see the same answers time and time again. The thing is, that on each message board, there are popular answers that are not ever mentioned on other boards.
In this article, we’ll discuss the best gis for skinny and lean guys.Find your perfect match with gis from Hypnotik, Scramble and Tatami at MMA Warehouse
I was first introduced to this gi on Instagram when I started following Justin Dee (Juggs) from Full Metal JiuJitsu. I saw a few photos of it and I was really impressed at how cool it was for just their regular academy gi.Find your favorite Brazilian Jiu Jitsu Gi at MMA Warehouse
Gear bags are more of a luxury than a necessity, but they are something I love having, and once you’ve had a good one, you just can’t go without. Knowing I have my tape, nail clippers, deodorant, etc etc in one location is a nicety. I pack up my things neatly and go and I’m not carrying nasty, dripping with sweat, Gis in my hands or laying it on my nice clean car seats on the ride home.Check out all available gym bags on MMA Warehouse